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Bev Debrincat



Becoming a member of the Habitat Network is easy

There are no fees. The only obligation is to plant a pocket of local native habitat plants in your garden to create a habitat haven or with your bushcare, landcare, business or street group work towards extending habitat and perhaps creating habitat corridor links.

We encourage groups or individuals to connect with other groups or individuals to work towards creating a habitat corridor which will connect to the nearest bushland area.

We invite anyone interested in the conservation of natural areas, ecological restoration, corridors connecting natural areas, planting of habitat corridors, habitat in backyards, native plants, native animals, permaculture, soil health or sustainable gardening to join the Habitat Network.

If you are a member of a group provide us with a word document with photos (telling us about your habitat project) to add to our website or provide a link to your website. We will help to promote your project.

If you are an individual, family or street group also send us your photos and stories about creating habitat. We will post these also on our website.

We reserve the right to edit or reject submissions.

If you would like to hear more about the Habitat Network, join, share your experiences or start a similar project in your local area please send an email to Bev at info@iewf.org. Individuals, families, councils, bushcare, landcare, schools, businesses, church and community groups are all welcome to help us create a network of habitat across our urban and rural areas.

Follow this link to see member groups, native corridor and habitat projects.
See our Creating Habitat page for members stories.


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